Approved Electrician

Job Title: Approved Electrician
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Bristol, England
Salary: £11 - £30000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: BBBH25736
Contact Name: Jack Bill
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 3 years ago

Approved Electrician

Salary: £29,406.00 per annum (£15.08 p.h) + possibility of overtime

Location: Bristol

Our client is the UK's leading Solar PV Operations and Maintenance provider. Responsible for maintaining 18,000 solar installations across the UK, they are looking for enthusiastic, motivated and ambitious individuals to join their highly skilled and experienced teams.

Due to significant growth in our Operations & Maintenance contracts, they are seeking an additional Approved Electrician

You will be responsible for the coordination of all reactive and planned maintenance at utility scale PV Plants (50MW+).

You should be qualified to NVQ 3 / C&G or equivalent. Experience of working on ground mounted solar PV systems would be a significant advantage, but our client is happy to consider experienced commercial/industrial Electricians wishing to enter this industry.

You will be responsible for maintaining, inspecting and testing solar PV systems to assess and rectify performance issues, all whist adhering to BS7671.

Corrective maintenance will include the replacement of key components including inverters, modules, strings and meters in addition to undertaking scheduled maintenance across the sites.

Maintaining and operating security, CCTV, monitoring and communication systems will also be a key part of the role. Applicants must be IT literate.

Due to the nature of our client's business they also ask that their employees demonstrate flexibility towards working location and hours which may involve extended days, weekends or nights away from home.

You must also hold a valid full UK driving licence but company transport will be provided.

Our client is required to comply with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 and verify that all its employees have the right to legally work in the UK, if successful you will be asked to provide documentary evidence of this. Unfortunately, they are unable to consider applicants who are seeking visa sponsorship.